An HIV-positive gay man asks Rush and Valens to re-investigate the case of his dead partner who died of strangulation in 1983. Not only was the victim outspoken in his views about AIDS education within the 1980's secretive gay community, he was also the member of a very prominent family, disowned by his father for his sexual orientation.
- Kathryn Morris as Lilly Rush
- Danny Pino as Scotty Valens
- John Finn as John Stillman
- Jeremy Ratchford as Nick Vera
- Thom Barry as Will Jeffries
- Jay Karnes as Artie Russo (2004)
- Chad Donella as Jeff Kern
- Pete Gardner as Russell Bennett (2004)
- Spencer Garrett as Ben Kern (1983)
- Michael Kagan as Barney (2004)
- Erik McDowell as Artie Russo (1983)
- James Morrison as Carson Finch (1983/2004)
- Russell Sams as Melvin "Carlo" Fishman (1983)
- Albie Selznick as Paul Kern (2004)
- Neil Vipond as Ben Kern (2004)
- Cliff Weissman as Vince Parisi (2004)
- Brian Wedlake as Paul Kern (1983)
- Gail Bianchi as Ellen
- Scot Davis as Russell Bennett (1983)
- Paul Ganus as Banker
- Randy Mulkey as Melvin "Carlo" Fishman (2004)
- Paul Parducci as Barney (1983)
- Sam Vance as Vince Parisi (1983)
- The title of this episode is the same title of the opening song.
- This was the most watched episode of the season.
- In the opening scene, Jeff says he doesn't believe Rock Hudson has liver cancer. Hudson was a noted Hollywood leading man of the 50's and 60's, who was diagnosed with HIV, and whose doctors and publicity staff initially claimed he had been diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer. Hudson was not diagnosed until June of 1984, however, making Jeff's line somewhat anachronistic.
- The Weather Girls "It's Raining Men"
- Madness "Our House"
- Loverboy "Working for the Weekend"
- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "You Got Lucky"
- Cyndi Lauper "Time After Time"
- Billy Idol "Eyes Without a Face"
- The Scorpions "Still Loving You"
- Bob Seger "Shame on the Moon"
- Closing Song: Sheriff "When I'm With You"